Well Wagon No.1 - No.3
The well wagons are versatile vehicles which still see use today; it is common for the four-wheel version to be used to carry the flail in connection with cutting back of lineside vegetation propelled by one of the diesel shunting locomotives while the larger bogie version is capable of accommodating two locomotive boilers and has a slope to allow drive-on access for a road vehicle.
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Original Four-Wheel Well Wagon (1936)
Modified In-House Bogie Well (1936)
Bogie Well, Constructed By Isle Of Man Railways
Well Wagon No.2 (Unmodified)